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    Jim Malone
    February 01, 2016 2:32 AM
    After months of campaigning and debates, voters in the Midwest state of Iowa are about to have the first say in the 2016 race for U.S. president. Iowans will turn out Monday night to vote in party caucus meetings and express their preferences for president. Tight races are expected for both major parties. The latest polls show a close Republican race between real estate mogul Donald Trump and Texas Senator Ted Cruz, and a tight Democratic contest between former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. VOA National correspondent Jim Malone has a preview of the Iowa vote from Des Moines.

    Candidates Make Final Pitches Ahead of Iowa Vote

    Published January 31, 2016

    After months of campaigning and debates, voters in the Midwest state of Iowa are about to have the first say in the 2016 race for U.S. president. Iowans will turn out Monday night to vote in party caucus meetings and express their preferences for president. Tight races are expected for both major parties. The latest polls show a close Republican race between real estate mogul Donald Trump and Texas Senator Ted Cruz, and a tight Democratic contest between former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. VOA National correspondent Jim Malone has a preview of the Iowa vote from Des Moines.


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    by: williweb from: Phoenix Arizona USA
    February 01, 2016 9:48 AM
    Integrity, which is sorely missed in government, will be Trump's ace in the hole in this election. No scandals, no skeletons in his closet. He doesn't even need to talk about Hillary. Everybody already knows.